Trash Heads | Skyscraper Heartbreaker

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Skyscraper Heartbreaker

by Trash Heads

Alternative Rock from the depths of the UK, a debut album brimming with solid vocal hooks, buzz-saw melodic guitars and pounding drums.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Trash Heads
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2. Headlights Home
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3. A Million Miles
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4. Sweet Vitriol
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5. Up the Staircase, Backwards
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6. Skyscraper Heartbreaker
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7. Hot Pursuit!
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8. Glasshouse Smash
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9. Bipolar Disco
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10. Skull TV
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Trash Heads – 3 childhood friends with a shared passion for music joined in 2014 by talented drummer Mike to form 1 colossal Rock Band!
Singer/bassist AJ and guitarist Mark have played in bands together their entire adult life (25 years and counting), so when they began to collaborate with school friend and experienced guitarist Tony, the spark was ignited and Trash Heads was unleashed.
Searching for a drummer to bring their demos to life, fate brought them together with local sticks-man Mike (ex-Fused) and the band have now created their debut album ‘Skyscraper Heartbreaker’.
The band has played several gigs around the UK, supporting local success stories Leogun and Tank Trap.
Think Queens of the Stone Age meets Arctic Monkeys via Foo Fighters

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